The FEC Park Police, Sheriffs, and Private Security patrol our parks daily providing security and law enforcement services for our park district residents as well as contracted park districts.
The goal of the park police is to provide park visitors with a safe and enjoyable recreation experience in all of our parks and facilities. Professional interaction with visitors as well as a balanced combination of education and enforcement by our park police helps to accomplish this goal. When necessary, the officers make arrests and issue citations for violations of local, state, and federal law. Regular supplemental law enforcement is funded by our citizens through the Mission Oaks Park and Recreation Maintenance and Improvement District, usually referred to as the “Assessment District”.
Though the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is the general law enforcement agency in our district, our primary supplemental patrol services are performed by officers of the Fulton-El Camino (FEC) Park District Police. Officers are fully sworn California Peace Officers with the same authority as Sheriff’s Deputies and the City of Sacramento Police Officers. We also contract with the Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department for additional patrols.
Universal Emergency Number: 9-1-1
Sacramento Sheriff/Park Police Emergency Number: 916-874-5111
Sacramento Sheriff/Park Police Non-Emergency Number: 916-874-5115
FECRPD Park Police Office Number: 916-875-0879
FECRPD Park Police E-mail: POP@FECRECPARK.COM.
- This email link provides each resident the ability to directly communicate with a Fulton-El Camino Park District Police Officer who works with the Mission Oaks Park Patrol unit. This account should be used to provide the Park Police with observations, complaints and tips solely related to what is seen at our parks.
If you would like to make us aware of a problem in the park that is within the Mission Oaks Recreation and Park District boundaries, send an email to email@example.com or call us at 916-488-2890 and provide us with the following information:
- Type of problem
- Location (Be specific to park and/or area of the park)
- Description of the problem (Be as detailed as possible)
- Day of occurrence
- Time of day
You will be contacted directly by the Park Patrol Unit or a Mission Oaks Recreation and Park District staff member.
9.28.10 Curfew Violation
A. It is unlawful and a misdemeanor for any minor to remain in any public place or on the premises of any establishment within the county during curfew hours (10:00pm to 6:00am).
Mission Oaks Officers are not district employees. MORPD cannot tell officers what to/not cite for. If your dog is off leash, county rules state you can receive a ticket. If you've received a ticket and feel you shouldn't have received it please call POP 916-875-0879.